Colonic irrigation helps to cope with some unpleasant diseases or even wholly prevents their development.
Candidiasis of the intestines (thrush) is an intestinal lesion caused by a fungal microflora (the primary pathogen is Candida albicans), worsening the immune system’s functionality with severe symptoms.
Candidiasis of the intestine is difficult to confirm since many healthy people with normal microflora have fungi of the genus Candida and are carriers of fungal infection. Therefore, fungal bowel disease, which leads to a pathological process, is seldom detected in people with a healthy immune system.
On the other hand, for a gastroenterologist, it is challenging to differentiate transient candidosis from non-invasive candidiasis of the intestine.
Detection of more than 1000 colony-forming units of Candida albicans per gram of pathological biomaterial indicates the disease with candidiasis of the intestine and excludes the carriage of fungal flora.
To establish the correct diagnosis of “candidiasis of the intestine,” tests are available:
The intake of antifungal preparations based on only detecting any fungi of the genus Candida is incorrect.
Colonic irrigation restores the microflora of the colon and rids the body of harmful bacteria and fungi.
There are two forms of intestinal candidiasis: invasive and non-invasive.
Gastroenterologists mainly deal with the non-invasive form of intestinal candidiasis. That is a consequence of regular microflora disturbances and the reproduction of secondary bacterial microorganisms.
The malfunction in the immune system allows the fungus to multiply actively in the intestine and suppress healthy bacteria.
Fungi of the genus Candida reproduce by attaching themselves to intestinal cells. Further, it penetrates deeper into the tissues to migrate to the general bloodstream. Eventually, it spreads across all systems, causing candidiasis of the visceral organs.
In children, fungal infection occurs at birth, at the time of passage through the mother’s birth canal. There are cases when the mother suffered during pregnancy and childbirth with urogenital milkweed. Consequently, the child’s likelihood of having oral and intestinal canal candidiasis is almost inevitable.
Colonic irrigation prevents the spread of harmful fungi, which restores the colon’s microflora and health.